Our Shingle Mill takes the raw timber and reduces it to a roofing grade shake or shingle. Most roofs were covered in wood shingles until the invention of the asphalt shingle in the early 1900’s.
Hit & Miss Engines Henry Ford and the Wright brothers, Orville and Wilbur were some of the early builders of the hit & miss engine. These engines were used to power pumps for cultivation, saws for cutting wood, farm equipment and even washing machines. See this not-so-modern marvel in action at our Utah living history museum.
Enjoy old-fashioned hay baling and threshing or see a working blacksmith. Take a ride on our ¼ scale train. Adults and children alike will find the displays educational and memorable.
As Utah family activities go, the working displays at the Antique Power Show are sure to make an impression, so you will remember your visit long after you leave our grounds.